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can i get it as a plugin for the firefox download status?
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"Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it." — Brian Kernighan
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I disagree, hard is different than clever; your code can be as clever as possible although it wasn't hard to write. But I get the adagium.
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http://codeascraft.etsy.com/2012/01/23/solr-bittorrent-index-replication/

Great post about using bitorrent to replicate solr indexes
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There are some other solutions as well using the gossip protocol or look at elastic search. 
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Multi player gaming circa 1990.
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goodbye ubuntu. hello mint. very nice first impression.
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well it's not really goodbye ubuntu (since i am using the ubuntu based mint distro) but more like goodbye unity. I had tried gnome3 on ubuntu but decided i prefered unity. But after 4 months of using it i still find it mostly annoying productivity wise. I like the linuxmint approach of taking the gnome3 and adding some features as plugins.
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I have had this argument many time but never been able to explain myself quite as clearly as this article.
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The martin fowler article is basically saying what my link says at the bottom of the article: "This is much less like a branch and more like a change-set or more accurately in configuration management terms a collection of change-sets." I.e. you are really creating a local branch (in dvcs) and batching a collection of changes to trunk. Notice Mr Fowler does not talk about an integration branch and a head. He just has a single trunk.

The second article in my view is not doing continuous integration. Commiting and rebasing against the integration every 3 days is not continuous integration. And the reason he gives for doing this is really not a big issue in practice: being able to isolate uncompleted changes at the end of a sprint. This is a non issue for me and the overhead of creating a branch, rebasing, merging and deleting the branch for every story and bug fix is not worth it.
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Use case for ec2. I find it hard to justify the additional cost of ec2 unless you are really able to get this type of benefits.
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Amazing how windows is now the darling of the press. Nokia+windows is the new cool.. the new Apple. Whilst Apples is the evil.
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Good review. Dont worry i'm not getting a windows device anytime soon.
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